Cincinnati police and firefighter recruits are asked to describe their “most unusual sex act” in a questionnaire that can later become accessible to the public.
The questions are part of the Fire and Police departments’ pre-employment process. They raise concerns for some that new recruits are being asked to divulge private, probing details about their sexual history.
“This certainly raises eyebrows,” said Mary Turocy, director of public affairs for the Ohio Civil Rights Commission. Continue reading